A man with a thirst for revenge builds a full body armor from Kevlar and goes on a killing spree.
Release Year: 2009
Rating: 6.3/10 (6,737 voted)
Stars: Brendan Fletcher, Shaun Sipos, Michael Paré
Storyline A man with a thirst for revenge builds a full body armor from Kevlar and goes on a killing spree.
Cast: Brendan Fletcher
Body Shop Boss
(as Laurie J. Brunetti)
Beauty Staff #1
Beauty Staff #2
Beauty Staff #3
Vengeance is ruthless.
Release Date: 29 April 2010
Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Did You Know?
The character's name "Evan Drince" is an anagram of "Can Never ID".
When the main character is in the bingo hall, the guy behind the food counter is doodling. The picture on the paper changes continuously from shot to shot.
Quotes: Bill Williamson:
[In a Vlog]
We're so precious, aren't we? Everyone's gotta live, everyone's gotta be happy... It's a joke. It's an absolute joke. Evan, that's what you didn't get. That's what you didn't get. You think people are equal? They're not. They're not.
Is it because I expected so little that I found this movie so great?
The only movie I had seen from Boll was House Of The Dead. It was a lot
of fun because it was so bad. I read reviews of other movies he made,
and I suspect they weren't much better. I was infuriated with what he
did with the Alone In The Dark franchise, with guns and bimbo scientist
I went to see Rampage (at the L'Etrange Festival) with a smirk on my
face. I missed the 15 first minutes and I'm almost glad I did: the
lousy messages, the jump cuts, the ad lib dialogue were about to get me
out of here. But the actors weren't bad, things kept moving, so I
Then started the said "rampage". There is not much to tell about it. It
feels like Boll wanted to stick the nose of GTA players into their own
*bip*, asking "So you thinks that's funny? See what it's like, is that
so much fun anymore?" The movie gets better every minute. By the end of
it I also wondered if the beginning was playing on the fact that we
expect something stupid, illogical and aimless from his movies.
The logic is not without faults, but nothing that couldn't be
discussed, the humour is great, scarce and surprisingly witty, overall,
for me it was a success. If you get a chance to watch it, stick with
it, at the end you might find yourself surprised at how it got there,
from where it started.
As a side comment I would like to add that Mr Boll is a very nice
person, on the first day of the festival he stood in the middle of the
multiplex for hours (without boxing gloves) just to talk with people.
I'm familiar with festivals and you don't see a lot of directors doing